Christo April: Becoming Reformed
Starting in a Pentecostal association many years ago and slowly progressing towards Reformed theology. That is the story of Rev Christo April in Cape Town. He is a student in the Masters of Theology (ThM) programme of the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in North America.
Profile: Rev. Sechaba Legoete
Alumnus and Regional Coordinator
“The greatest need in Africa is the faithful and effective preaching of the Gospel and the building of healthy and thriving Biblical churches through sound and Biblical reformed theology such as offered at Mukhanyo,” says Rev. Sechaba Legoete. “Every graduate who learns Biblical theology is one more pulpit that will make a change.”
Profile: Dr Jacob Igba
“Transforming Africa from a mission field to a mission force”
Dr Jacob Igba recently joined Mukhanyo’s team as a Senior Lecturer. He has a personal sense of calling to contribute toward building and strengthening the kingdom of God in Africa through theology and missions.
He believes that leaders and churches, especially in Africa, need solid equipping in theology and missions to stem the tide of numerical growth. The majority of pastors have little to no theological training, leading to churches that have minimal engagement with taking the gospel to those who have yet to hear it.
Carl Pohl's Story
More than ten years ago, a good friend told me that their church was going to host the distance learning programme of Mukhanyo Theological College. I was interested in studying theology, but up until then I could not pursue it: I am middle-aged, and as a husband and father of five children I have many responsibilities. So studying with Mukhanyo was the ideal opportunity to pursue, especially with classes on Saturday mornings close to my home.
Jacques Malan Tells It All
Given Xaba: Teaching and Tutoring
Flip Buys, 1994 – 2009